Friday, February 22, 2008

Fidel Castro is a hero:N.Ram

Here is evidence that communist dope clutters clear thinking. N.Ram claims Cuban disaster management system is better than America's. By communist logic, Cuba has world class public sector schooling and health. So let us all Indians salute Castro and declare today as Fidel Castro day and celebrate it as national day. May I suggest that Chindu celebrate Castro's achievements by declaring a one-year holiday to its operations.

The Hindu : Opinion / Editorials : A hero of our times
They include good public-sector schooling, a high-quality public health
service, and a disaster-management system far better than the
third-world shambles exposed by Hurricane Katrina in the U.S. in 2005.

While saluting a hero of our times, the people of India will wish Fidel a reposeful retirement and happy soldiering on — in the realm of ideas, as he has promised to do.


Anonymous said...

How about implementing Comrade Castro's management techniques within Kasturi building so that the staff can have privilege of tasting the fruits of the Marxo-Jurassic era?

Anonymous said...

SIMI and CHINDU, some links:

The impression is unshakeable that the BJP-led coalition is highly selective - and calculatedly so - in applying the `unlawful activity' yardstick as between the Sangh Parivar outfits and those belonging to the minority communities

To espouse Islamic tenets is not a communal act. The question is not whether SIMI is a communal organisation, but whether SIMI and its members are involved in terrorist activities.

But POTO was not just a repeat of TADA. It added fresh chapters on unlawful associations (already otherwise covered by the Unlawful Activities Act, 1967 which was used against SIMI in September 2001), forfeiture of property and telephone tapping.

POTO is at once a tool of diplomacy, to earn brownie points abroad, and a weapon of repression at home devised by a regime which bans the Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) but not the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) or the Bajrang Dal.

Anonymous said...

In today's editorial page, Vidya still says "In 2004, Sonia Gandhi stitched up an alliance that went on to win" ..... Does she (he?) think that repeating a lie 100000 times makes it truth? Moreover, isn't there any way for us to sue the newspaper for reporting incorrectly? Shame on Hindu.

Somewhere in the same paper, we also have to know that somnath chatterji's views on CJI's statement regarding Teesta..Talk of adamant propaganda!